Originally Posted by fred
personally, I use a continuous wedge with 0,2logD/cm from Gevaert Graphic. With that, I can "measure" ISO-P and ISO-R values with a simple ruler.
I have also been successful with the procedure "Advanced Calibration Instructions" in the manual page 26ff (I hope your manual is the same). First of all, take the values from page 32 for MG FB Warmtone on the upper right as a starting point. Then adust the paper speed to match the nearest non-white. After that, adjust contrast settings to match the nearest non-black. For warmtone paper, I would recommend to replace the grey scale of the Analyzer with a custom grey scale, because the greys look different on warmtone paper. Look at "Making the Grey Scale" in the manual page 29ff. But you must calibrate your paper first.
Last edited by Thilo Schmid; 05-30-2004 at 02:40 AM. Click to view previous post history.